After watching Triple H brutalize the legendary Ric Flair, Big Show confronted the Cerebral Assassin, saying that he was sick of The Game bullying people. It was clear then that it was only a matter of time before they met in the ring.

Then, at the contract signing, Triple H broke Big Show's hand with a sledgehammer. But it turned out the Cerebral Assassin's plan could have backfired. Big Show came back the following week with a giant-sized cast. Big Show couldn't use his right hand for the chokeslam, but at the same time, he was now wielding a powerful weapon every time he swung his right hand.

Big Show tried to use his cast as a weapon early and often, but Triple H was able to avoid it. Big Show thought he had Triple H cornered at one of the ring posts, but Triple H moved, causing Big Show to wallop the post with his broken hand, causing the cast to crack in the process. Triple H saw that the cast was cracked and pounced on the weakness, ultimately tearing it off and exposing Big Show's broken hand.

Big Show was able to survive the pain and even went for the chokeslam, but his broken hand was not strong enough. Big Show then accidentally knocked the ref out, prompting Triple H to grab his trusty sledgehammer. Before The Game could use his weapon of choice, however, Big Show superhumanly broke it in half with his injured hand. The action spilled to the outside and Triple H went back to the injured hand. He took a steel chair and slammed it against Big Show's hand, which was on top of the steel steps. Big Show screamed in pain, but was able to muster up enough strength to hit the Cerebral Assassin with a giant spear.

Big Show, showing a tremendous amount of heart, called for the chokeslam once again. But with the ref still down, Triple H picked up the broken sledgehammer and slammed it into Big Show's head. As the ref started to come to, Triple H hit the Pedigree for the win.

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After watching Triple H brutalize the legendary Ric Flair, Big Show confronted the Cerebral Assassin, saying that he was sick of The Game bullying people. It was clear then that it was only a matter of time before they met in the ring.

Then, at the contract signing, Triple H broke Big Show's hand with a sledgehammer. But it turned out the Cerebral Assassin's plan could have backfired. Big Show came back the following week with a giant-sized cast. Big Show couldn't use his right hand for the chokeslam, but at the same time, he was now wielding a powerful weapon every time he swung his right hand.

Big Show tried to use his cast as a weapon early and often, but Triple H was able to avoid it. Big Show thought he had Triple H cornered at one of the ring posts, but Triple H moved, causing Big Show to wallop the post with his broken hand, causing the cast to crack in the process. Triple H saw that the cast was cracked and pounced on the weakness, ultimately tearing it off and exposing Big Show's broken hand.

Big Show was able to survive the pain and even went for the chokeslam, but his broken hand was not strong enough. Big Show then accidentally knocked the ref out, prompting Triple H to grab his trusty sledgehammer. Before The Game could use his weapon of choice, however, Big Show superhumanly broke it in half with his injured hand. The action spilled to the outside and Triple H went back to the injured hand. He took a steel chair and slammed it against Big Show's hand, which was on top of the steel steps. Big Show screamed in pain, but was able to muster up enough strength to hit the Cerebral Assassin with a giant spear.

Big Show, showing a tremendous amount of heart, called for the chokeslam once again. But with the ref still down, Triple H picked up the broken sledgehammer and slammed it into Big Show's head. As the ref started to come to, Triple H hit the Pedigree for the win.